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Anthony D So explains the global policy-making efforts and governance on antimicrobial resistance

Anthony D So, Professor of the Practice Director of ReAct-Strategic Policy Program and IDEA Initiative at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health discusses steps to tackle AMR

 
Published: Thursday 19 November 2020

What does it take to stop antimicrobial resistance (AMR), which has become a silent pandemic? Anthony D So, is the Professor of the Practice Director of ReAct-Strategic Policy Program and IDEA Initiative at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. In a freewheeling discussion with Down To Earth, he touches upon a number of aspects about AMR and what countries and civil societies should do stop this growing menace. 

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